London Narratives: Post-War Fiction and the City
Bloomsbury Academic, 25.11.2006 - 192 Seiten
The post-war redevelopment of London has been the most extensive in its history, and has been accompanied by a dramatic social and cultural upheaval.
The protagonist of B. S. Johnson's Albert Angelo ( 1964 ) is a supply teacher of working - class origins who desires to enter the quintessential middleclass profession , architecture . His fixation on largely Georgian architecture is an ...
B. S. Johnson's Albert Angelo ( 1964 ) continues many of the same themes identified in Gibbons's novel but in a far more radical fashion . Barely five years separate the publication of these two texts , and yet stylistically you would ...
Johnson , B. S. ( 2004 ) [ 1964 ] , Albert Angelo , from B. S. Johnson Omnibus , London : Picador . Karl , Frederick R. ( 1986 ) , ' Doris Lessing in the sixties : The new anatomy of melancholy ' , from Harold Bloom ( ed . ) ...
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